Jan 9, 2016; Atlanta, GA, USA; Chicago Bulls guard Jimmy Butler (21) passes over Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap (4) and center Al Horford (15) during the second half at Philips Arena. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
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